If you missed out on the first run of this Must Destroy The City tee, DBH is doing a reprint as part of its holiday sale; there’s nothing quite like leveling a metropolis, robot-style.
Threadless’ Holiday Sale is on, with $15, $10 and $5 tees; they’ve also dropped a slew of awesome new shirts, including the zombified Food Chain, and the blood-sucking Vampires Beware.
Taking dog tags literally, this Wolf Pack tee by Wild Stallions is just a simple, badass tee that’s perfect for anyone serving in the armed forces. Note the gel-printed highlights.
Kris Balerite’s Origins t-shirt is an ode to artists, with indiscriminate swirly, drippy and flying things serving as a metaphor for imagination; a portion of profits goes to charity.
Benny Hill is rolling over in his grave, but even clowns have EPIC FAIL days: this Clown Car Crash Tee is sweet, sweet revenge for anyone who’s had lemon meringue tossed into their face.
Apple probably didn’t have hooks in mind for the iPhone’s touchscreen, but this Modern Pirates T-shirt shows even Blackbeard prefers 3G speeds when searching for buried booty. Arr!
New at Wire & Twine: this WOXY t-shirt celebrates the 25th anniversary of legendary independent rock’n’roll station WOXY; based in Cincinnati, it now broadcasts only on the internet.
“Back in Black” is a collection of tees from top t-shirt artists, with shirts supplied by Design By Humans and a public exhibition in Florida on 11/22. You can preorder them today for $3.
Self-effacing yet simultaneously in-your-face, we have a feeling Andy Warhol woulda loved Burn This Forever’s Marilyn; it’s essentially a shrine to pop art incarnated in the form of a tee.
Mixing line art that resembles ancient Mayan engravings with a quirky, urban/cartoony style, Deke Smith’s In My Hands tee will turn heads (and perhaps bloody a few hands).
Glennz is back with his Not So Famous Tee: the Swiss Army Fork is the Swiss Army Knife’s less popular and significantly less useful little brother; you can’t blame a utensil for trying.
Finally, the true story behind Donkey Kong: Occupational Hazard brings back memories of the Great Gorilla Escape of ’84, which ended thanks to the efforts of one heroic plumber.
Grammar had has never been our strong suit anyway: Grammar Crackers is guaranteed to drive syntax nazis crazy. It’s available in 23 colors with your choice of hoodie or tee.
Headed by Craig and Tim, six month-old Assault has hit the ground running with rocker-friendly tees; our favorite is their Zombie t-shirt. We also dig their blog, which is a pretty good read.
With all the global troubles in the past decade, the advice to Keep Calm and Carry On is apt but a bit tired; we all know this Now Panic and Freak Out tee is a far more honest response.
Nitraid’s Real Stoned Camo series is a collection of apparel and accessories designed for Tokyo’s concrete jungles. It looks to be Japan only, but we hope they’ll bring it stateside.
Oh double entendres, how we love thee: The Midnight Flasher won’t score any political correctness points, because he’s got an EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM lens and he ain’t afraid to use it.
A perfect match for the Dog Tags we featured earlier, this Invaders t-shirt by gamer-friendly apparel brand J!NX brings back old-school arcade days; note: it’s selling fast, so order soon.
The great Ninjas vs. Pirate debate seems to be over, and with it a new challenger enters the ring: Ninjas vs. Luchadores is a high contrast tee by DjBisparulz; looks like a win for the wrestlers.
Even superheroes have to do their laundry sometimes; apparently our favorite Superdude couldn’t afford a drying machine, although a leap over tall buildings should do the trick.
Chop Shop’s latest t-shirt continues their line of music-themed apparel; this one is our favorite so far, shaped like a guitar and featuring 21 rock and punk celebs from the 1970s.
A hot chick in peril, blood splatters and a cool tee: yup, it’s Halloween. Akumu Ink’s gritty clothing has a special resonance today, and this Of Horror t-shirt is definitely our top pick.
Gnomes, I dub thee McSheisty: this 7-color screen printed Demise of Mr. Flamingo t-shirt isn’t entirely without merit; we hate those tacky plastic birds as much as the next neighbor.
Because you can never have too many conjunctions: this Ampersand Hoodie is part of Snakes & Suits’ new fall line, and bears their signature “&” on an AA flex fleece zip hoodie.
Wotto’s The Seasons Of My Life tee needs a little meat on its bones, but it does a good job of showing off the four seasons in an unconventional format; it’s a ten color plastisol print.
This Trifarce tee by supercombo is perfect for wannabe-Links and Zelda fans the world over; it’s printed with “ultra gold” ink, which promises to bestow power, wisdom and courage.
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